Ted Brown

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Ted Brown
Chair
Libertarian Party of California
May 2015—April 2018
Predecessor: Kevin Takenaga
Successor: Mimi Robson
Personal Details
Party: Libertarian Party

Ted Brown long served as the leading (unofficial) recruiter of Libertarian candidates to run for office in California. He is a former California state party chair and has also served as chair of the state Platform Committee on numerous occasions. He ran for office many times, most recently for Congress from his new home in Austin, Texas.

Biography

"Ted Brown was elected chair in May 2015 for a two year term. He has been active in the LP since 1979. He is an insurance claims adjuster and small business owner who lives in Pasadena with his wife Laura. They have an adult daughter named Katie. Ted has recruited Libertarian candidates for many years and has run 15 times himself. He has also written ballot arguments, and has served as Executive Committee member, newsletter editor, platform chair, county chair, local chair — and previously as state chair in 1988-1989."[1]

He recently moved to Austin, TX where in 2020 he ran for U.S. House, District 17.

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